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What does it take to get a job with Six Point Harness? What is it like working at Six Point Harness? ACR takes a look:
About Six Point Harness
Six Point Harness (also 6 Point Harness and 6PH) is a Los Angeles-based animation company that specializes in animation for film, broadcast, and the Internet. According to the 6PH website (www.sixpointharness.com), the company has produced works for Dreamworks/SKG (the main title sequence for Eurotrip), as well as MTV2s Where My Dogs At?, Nick Jr.s Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!, Nickelodeon’s El Tigre, Drew Carey’s Green Screen Show, the Phil Hendrie Pilot, and NBC’s Medium.
In addition to animation for film, broadcast, and the Internet, Six Point Harness produces its own original series’ and commercials through its commercial division—6 Point Media. The commercial division has produced commercials for McDonald’s, Kool-Aid, and more.
Six Point Harness has more than 50 employees working in its Los Angeles offices. The company also works with talent across the country.
Six Point Harness Jobs
As of August 22, 2011 Six Point Harness did not have any job openings, according to its website. However, like most animation companies, 6PH welcomes inquiries from talented artists. To inquire about obtaining a job with the company, email [email protected] or send a resume, reel and/or website to [email protected].
Six Point Harness Salaries
Salaries for Six Point Harness employees are unavailable. However, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are more than 8,000 animators and multi-media artists living in the state of California. They earn an average salary of $74,560. Los Angeles is home to nearly 5,000 of the state’s 8,440 animators and they average $76,360-$76,920 per year. Across the nation, animators earn a mean annual salary of $63,440.